SCOOTER TRAILS AROUND ESTES PARK
These are some of the suggested Honda Ruckus scooter trails and routes in and around Estes Park Colorado.
Dry Gulch --- This 1 hour route takes you on the peaceful ride through Dry Gulch, down Devil's Gulch, and circles back around to Backbone Adventures via the wooded Black Canyon Dr.
Fish Creek --- Another 1 hour route that takes you along secluded Fish Creek. You then cross Hwy 7 onto Mary's Lake road, which allows you to ride around Mary's Lake. On this route, you'll eventually end up near downtown Estes Park.
Trail Ridge --- This 2 hour ride takes you into the most beautiful part of Rocky Mountain National Park ($25 entrance fee). Get ready to see some wildlife! I would suggest making it an all day adventure. You can include Bear Lake, which in my opinion is a must. Maybe even get into a little hiking and a picnic lunch at one of the mountain lakes.
Bear Lake --- 2 hour ride taking you into Rocky Mountain National Park ($25 entrance fee). If you're coming to Estes Park, Bear lake is a must. On a scooter or eBike, it's even more fun. You really get to take in the mountain air and your surroundings.
Estes Bike Path --- Bicycle path only. Yes, our eBikes are allowed. Give yourself at least an hour for this ride. There is about a 75% chance you're going to run into some elk along the way. It's always nice to stop and take pictures.
Pole Hill --- This route begins on a normal (easy) dirt mountain road for about a half mile. After that, it turns into an off-road 4x4 trail (open June 15th - Dec 1st). If you're looking to get a little spunky on the scooter or get into some good MTB riding on one of our eBikes, you're gonna love this, plus the views are stunning. Pole Hill is only a 15 minute ride from our shop.
Little Valley --- This easy dirt mountain road is about a mile long. Toward the end, it dumps you into the Pierson Park 4x4 trail (open June 15th - Dec 1st). Pierson is a little easier than Pole Hill and also has some MTB single track. Scooters won't work out to well on the single track, but the 4x4 road is pretty cool. Lot's of wildlife up there.